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PLANET EARTH: INSANE ASYLUM – Contents

Planet Earth: Insane Asylum - 11 Chapters


Table of Contents for the book Planet Earth: Insane Asylum for the Universe, Second Edition

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  • Seeing the actual content list, you will recognize the amount of information and the detail provided that will enable you to not only understand insanity and insane thinking styles–but also to apply that knowledge to your coping, life, relationships, and responses.
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CONTENTS ORGANIZED BY CHAPTER


Begin

  • Title
    • Subtitle
    • Copyright
    • Copying Myself
    • International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
  • Dedication
  • Book Description
  • 10 Approaches to Happiness

Planet Earth

  • Introduction to Report
  • Background on Planet Earth
  • 5 Types of Insanity or Insane Thinking
    • Table: 5 Types of Insanity or Faulty Beliefs

Ego Insanity

  • Ego & Self-Esteem Terms
    • Table: 15 Terms Related to Ego
    • Self As Container
      • Diagram: Model of the Human Self
    • Deadly Positive Self-Esteem
  • 1. Identity As the Known
    • 2. Identity As Good & Bad Doings
    • 3. Self As Bad for Knowing Bad
    • 4. Self As Bad for Experiencing Bad
    • 5. Self As Bad for Doing Bad
    • 6. Self As Bad for Having Bad
  • 7. Identity As Things & Thoughts
    • 25 Disputes of Self-Esteem
    • 8. Identity As Others’ Opinions
    • 9. Self As the Thought of Everything Or Oneness
    • Table: 5 Reasons Buddha Was Wrong
    • 10. Self As Stupid for Not Knowing
  • 11. Identity As Behaviors & Habits
    • 12. Self As Memories of Behaviors
    • 13. Self As Habits
    • 14. Self As Being & Doing Good
    • 15. Self As Mistakes
    • 16. Identity As Shoulda-, Woulda- & Coulda-Beens
    • 17. Identity As Good & Bad Has-Beens
    • 18. Identity As Future Should-, Would- & Could-Bes
    • 19. Abject Failure Is the Only Wrong
    • 20. Because I Must; Therefore, I Must Not
    • 21. Blame Being, Not Thinking
  • 22. Self As Becoming & Progress
    • 23. Bark Like a Dog, Become a Dog
    • 24. Become Bad for Feeling Bad
    • 25. Self Can Become Something Else
    • 26. Self Can Change
    • 27. Self Changes Automatically
    • 28. Become the Object of Your Desire
      • Table: 6 Steps to Becoming a Delusion
  • 29. Self Can Be Superior
    • 30. Ego Comfort Is More Important than Existence
    • 31. Memory Is Subservient to Pride
    • 32. Keeping Appearances Is Keeping Integrity
    • 33. Two Wrongs Make One Right
      • Basic Premise of the Error
      • Table: 4 Beliefs Underlying the Error
      • Criminal Logic
    • 34. Self-Esteem Justifies Extremism
    • 35. High Self-Esteem Leads to Good
    • 36. Apotheosis & High Self-Esteem

Thought-Thing Insanity

  • 37. Thoughts Are Reality
    • 38. You Can Know
      • Table: 15 Facts Prevent Knowing
      • Table: 6 Steps to Having a Thought
    • 39. Thought Knows
    • 40. Thoughts Are What They Describe
    • 41. Thought-Things Are Reality
    • 42. The Thought Is the Thing
    • 43. Sentimentalism Is Reality
    • 44. Deifying & Idolizing Are Reality
      • Table: 7 Rules About What Idols Are
    • 45. Sensations of Thoughts Are Sensations of Reality
    • 46. This Means That
    • 47. Mentation Equals Perception
    • 48. Believing Is Seeing
    • 49. Knowledge Comes from Experience
    • 50. Everything Means One Thing
    • 51. Everything Is Relative
  • 52. Thoughts Are Energy
    • 53. Thoughts Create Reality
      • Table: 7 Rational Observations
      • 11 Illogical Claims
    • 54. Thoughts Cause Reality
    • 55. Thoughts Change Reality
    • 56. Nature Exists
  • 57. Thoughts Are Alive
    • 58. Thought Chooses
    • 59. Thought Changes
    • 60. Thought Does or Performs
    • 61. Thought Moves
    • 62. Thought Is Alive
    • 63. Words Have Meaning
    • 64. Words Are the Destination
    • 65. Words Are Experience
    • 66. Words Are Worth Killing Over
      • Table: 6 Parts of Human Confusion
  • 67. Thought Is Being
    • 68. Knowledge of Self Is Self
    • 69. You Create Your Thoughts
    • 70. Self Is Feelings
    • 71. Identification Excuses Enmeshment
    • 72. Another Human Can Teach Me about Myself
    • 73. Externalized Conscience

Irresponsibility Insanity

  • 74. Victim of Feelings
    • 75. Feelings Build Up & Need Release
    • 76. Feelings Are Caused by People & Events
    • 77. Negative Environments Cause Negative Feelings
    • 78. Being Annoyed Is Horrible
    • 79. Can’t Stand What You Don’t Like
    • 80. Voodoo Emotions Are Real
    • 81. Victim of Emotions
  • 82. Victim of Mind & Body
    • 83. Mind Is Controlled by Chemicals, Genes & Society
    • 84. Victim of Mind
    • 85. Mind Is Controlled by Life
    • 86. Destiny Is Controlled by Aliens
    • 87. People & Things “Get to” You
    • 88. “It” Controls Me
    • 89. Events Make Me Sick
    • 90. Blame Game Must Be Won
    • 91. If My Body Is Disturbed, Then I’m Disturbed
    • 92. You Cannot Control Your Feelings
    • 93. Releasing Feelings Is Curative
    • 94. Food Causes Feelings
  • 95. Victims Cannot Do Wrong
    • 96. Whining Works Wonders
    • 97. Demonizing Is Responding, Not Making Worse
    • 98. Self-Torture Produces High Self-Esteem
    • 99. Torturing Others Produces High Self-esteem
    • 100. Hurt Convicts Offender
    • 101. Hurt Proves Others’ Intentions
      • Table: 6 Parts or Steps of Victimhood
    • 102. Responsible If Feel Good
    • 103. Avoid & Escape Whenever Possible
    • 104. Victims Aren’t Responsible for Anything
    • 105. I Must Act Out My Stress

Absurdity Insanity

  • 106. Backwards Logic
    • 107. You’ll Be Good After You Feel Bad Enough
    • 108. Convince Bad So Become Good
    • 109. To Be Good, Be Evil
    • 110. Making Others Bad Is Being Good
    • 111. Treat Them Badly Enough, & They’ll Treat You Well
    • 112. Prove They Hate You, & They’ll Love You
    • 113. Motivate People with Ego Pain
      • Table: 6 Responses to Negative Motivation
    • 114. Screaming & Crying Motivate People
    • 115. Break Brains to Control Brains
      • Table: 6 Phrase Starters for Double-Binds
      • 2 Double-Bind Proofs of Incompetence
    • 116. Suppress & Damn Evil to Make Evil Good
    • 117. Demonizing Self & Others Solves Problems
    • 118. Revenge Is More Important than Recovery
    • 119. Make Better by Making Worse
    • 120. You Can Change Others But Not Yourself
    • 121. Give Wants for Receiving Don’t Wants
    • 122. Only Thought Can Determine Reality
  • 123. Senseless Reasoning
    • 124. Don’t Challenge or Frustrate Children
    • 125. Punish Children by Ending Productive Activities
    • 126. Threatening Is Parenting
    • 127. Anger Is Parenting
    • 128. Slobism
    • 129. Hitler Was Unusual
      • Table: 4 Criteria for “Worst Country”
    • 130. Pray for People, Not the Good
    • 131. Universe Made Out of Nothing for Nothing
    • 132. Universe Created by Destruction
    • 133. People Evolved from Primitive Forms
    • 134. Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle Applies to All
    • 135. Matter Controls, Creates, & Is Over Energy
    • 136. Knowledge of the Parts Is Knowledge of the Whole
    • 137. Value Human Thought Over Human Senses
    • 138. Things Change
    • 139. Accidents Happen
    • 140. Luck Exists
    • 141. Hierarchy Is Fascist
    • 142. Partnerships Are Proper
    • 143. Wise to Say Whatever You Think
    • 144. I Know What You Mean
    • 145. Other People’s Behavior Is About You
    • 146. People Are Unique
    • 147. What You See in Others Isn’t in You
    • 148. Darkness Is Better Than Light
    • 149. Hate Others to Be Better
    • 150. Destroy Pleasure to Control Temptation
    • 151. We Must Punish & Control the Bad
    • 152. If It’s Bad, Then I Must Make It Worse
    • 153. Ignore It & It’ll Go Away
    • 154. Avoidance & Escapism Work
    • 155. Resist Facing & Flee Unwanted Thoughts
    • 156. Resist While Running
    • 157. Choose Based on Pain, Not Joy1
    • 158. Humans Are Motivated by Pleasure
    • 159. Hate Your Work
    • 160. Hate Is Always Wrong
    • 161. Demandingness Works
    • 162. Demanding Solves Problems
    • 163. Awfulizing Solves Problems
    • 164. Worry Solves & Prevents Problems
    • 165. Positive Requires Negative
  • 166. Senseless Beliefs
    • 167. God Does Not Exist (Atheism)
      • 43 Disputes of Atheism
    • 168. Evolution Is a Fact
    • 169. Earth Was Not Flooded
    • 170. Science Is Rational & Objective
    • 171. Scientists Are Smarter than God
    • 172. Humans Are Modern & Advanced
    • 173. God Has Human Limitations
    • 174. God Needs Humans
    • 175. God Is in Debt to Humans
    • 176. Humans Deserve Better
    • 177. Humans Have Rights
    • 178. First Things Last
    • 179. ESP Does Not Exist
    • 180. Think Weakly to Be Balanced
      • Table: 9 Rules about Thinking Strongly
    • 181. Have Pride in Confusion & Philosophy
    • 182. Ego Rewards Are Better than Joy in God
    • 183. The Body Is the Self
      • Table: 10 Questions Prove Body Is Not Self
    • 184. Body Is Teacher
    • 185. Appearances Are Reality
    • 186. The Messenger Is the Message
    • 187. Genocide Is the Answer
    • 188. Time to Do Over, Not Right
    • 189. Time to Fix It Only When It Takes a Lot
    • 190. Investment Is Commitment Or Loyalty
    • 191. Failure Is Success
    • 192. Death Is Life
    • 193. Teach What to Think, Not How to Think
    • 194. You Are What You Ate
    • 195. You Are What You Think
    • 196. Life Can Be Fair
    • 197. Life Can Be Solved by Politics

Partiality Insanity

  • 198. Desire Madness
    • 199. Victims Have the Right to Act Like Perpetrators
      • Invention of Palestinians for Propaganda War
      • Hamas War Crimes
      • Palestinians Are the Only Excuse Needed to…
    • 200. Anger Needs to Be Felt & Can Cause Good
    • 201. Naming Feelings Cures Feelings
    • 202. Alcoholism Is Not a Moral Failing
    • 203. Create a Profession through Complication
    • 204. Example Only Affects when Not on TV
    • 205. Thinking Evil Is Okay If You Don’t Act on It
    • 206. Damning & Demonizing Create Good
    • 207. That You Can Damn It Proves It’s Damnable
    • 208. Gossip Is Good
    • 209. Character Defects Only Apply to Others
    • 210. Assume the Worst About Others, Not Self
    • 211. Strangers Are Nicer Than Family
    • 212. If They Love Me, then They’re a Loser
    • 213. Beauty Is Truth
    • 214. Mystery Is Truth
    • 215. Anything Is Truth
    • 216. Reframing Is Truth
    • 217. Synthesis Is Truth
    • 218. Whining Is Truth
    • 219. Everything Has a Reason but Life
    • 220. Probability Means Possibility
    • 221. Must Make Reality What It Should Be
    • 222. Should Be Immediately Able to Do Anything
    • 223. Control Other, Not Self
    • 224. Must Act Bad Not to Look Bad
    • 225. Can’t Stand Myself, But You Must
    • 226. I Must, But I Cannot
    • 227. I Must, But I Didn’t
    • 228. I Must, But I Won’t
    • 229. Purpose of Life Is Success
    • 230. Purpose of Life Is Relationships
    • 231. Purpose of Life Is Covetousness
    • 232. Tongue Must Rule the Mind
    • 233. Physical Pleasure Rules Over Mind
    • 234. Contents More Important than Container
    • 235. Because Bad Happens, God Cannot Exist
    • 236. Trust in Humans, Not God
    • 237. Trust in Thought, Not Spirit
    • 238. Seek Human Praise, Not God’s
    • 239. Seek Human Judgment, Not God’s
    • 240. Live for Humans, Not God
    • 241. Self-love Is the Highest Good
    • 242. Notice Any Loss But Loss of Self
    • 243. Living Death Is Preferable to Life
    • 244. Knowing Better Is Better than Happiness
    • 245. Get Yourself Coming & Going
    • 246. Masochism & Sadism Are Good
  • Religious Madness
    • 247. We Can Do the Good
    • 248. We Know the Good
    • 249. Bad Are the Good
    • 250. The Good Do Bad
    • 251. Good Do Not Have to Do Good
    • 252. You Can Be of God & Sin
    • 253. Spiritual Pride Is the Best Pride
    • 254. Spiritual Pleasure Is Pride
    • 255. Pride Is the Answer
    • 256. Profit Is God
    • 257. Pride Is God
    • 258. Addiction to Pride Is Good
    • 259. Golden Rule Doesn’t Work
    • 260. Do Not Fear God
    • 261. God Has No Limits
    • 262. God Will Forgive Everyone Everything
    • 263. Faith Is Belief
    • 264. All Religions Are the Same

Thinking Errors

  • 9 Fundamental Thinking Errors
    • 1. Claims to Know
    • 2. Claims to Do
    • 3. Claims to Be
    • 4. Thought-Thing Realities
    • 5. Claims of Powers Or Abilities
    • 6. Becoming Or Evolving
    • 7. Trying to Know, Do, Or Be
    • 8. Rating People
    • 9. Pride Or Self-Confidence
  • 5 Types of Thinking Errors
    • Table: 5 Types of Thinking Errors
  • Type 1: Ego Thinking Errors
    • 1. Acting a Role
    • 2. Assumption that “I” Is Self
    • 3. Attachment to Thoughts
    • 4. Attachment over Detachment
    • 5. Avoidance of Ego
    • 6. Believing that You Know, Do, Or Be
    • 7. Constant Chattering
    • 8. Deifying Or Idolizing
    • 9. Defining Self As Behavior
    • 10. Demonizing Or Damning
    • 11. Denial
    • 12. Destructive Guilt
    • 13. Disqualifying the Positive
    • 14. External Attributions
    • 15. Grandiosity
    • 16. Hearting Or Owning
    • 17. Ideas of Reference
    • 18. Mask Wearing
    • 19. Mind Reading
    • 20. Other-Ratings
    • 21. Over Sensitivity
    • 22. Persecuting Or Punishing
    • 23. Personalizing
    • 24. Projection
    • 25. Reframing Or Rationalizing
    • 26. Repression
    • 27. Self As Urges
    • 28. Self-Esteem
    • 29. Self-Ratings
    • 30. Shame
    • 31. Subjective Memory
    • 32. Substituting
    • 33. Thought-Selves
    • 34. Upward Comparing
  • Type 2: Thought-Thing Thinking Errors
    • 35. All-Or-Nothing
    • 36. Catastrophizing
    • 37. Categorical Imperatives
    • 38. Cause & Effect Dogmatism
    • 39. Either/Or
    • 40. Extreme Jumping
    • 41. Extremism
    • 42. General Attributions
    • 43. Good Fit
    • 44. Habitual
    • 45. Identifying
    • 46. Intensionalizing
    • 47. Judging Your Being
    • 48. Jumping-to-Conclusions
    • 49. Labeling
    • 50. Magnification
    • 51. Memories As Reality
    • 52. Mindset
    • 53. Minimizing
    • 54. Need for Certainty
    • 55. Negative Bias
    • 56. Non Sequiturs
    • 57. One-Way-Or-the-Other
    • 58. Overgeneralizing
    • 59. Part As Whole
    • 60. Perfectionism
    • 61. Pigeonholing
    • 62. Preferential Selection
    • 63. Prejudging
    • 64. Selective Abstraction
    • 65. Selective Attention
    • 66. Selective Memory
    • 67. Selective Perception
    • 68. Shoulding
    • 69. Stable Attributions
    • 70. Subject-Predicate Thinking
    • 71. Thought As Responsible
    • 72. Thought Attributions
    • 73. Thought-Things
    • 74. Too Much Or Too Little
  • Type 3: Irresponsibility Thinking Errors
    • 75. Anticipating Threat
    • 76. Arbitrary Conclusions
    • 77. Arbitrary Interpretation
    • 78. Authoritarian
    • 79. Authoritarianism
    • 80. Blaming
    • 81. Boundary Blurring
    • 82. Can’t-ing
    • 83. Control by Thought
    • 84. Controlling Outcomes
    • 85. Conventionalism
    • 86. Dramatic Proof
    • 87. Emotional Blaming
    • 88. Emotional Reasoning
    • 89. Escapism
    • 90. Excessive Doubting
    • 91. External Locus of Control
    • 92. External Referenting
    • 93. Frozen Feelings
    • 94. Historical Reasoning
    • 95. Indecisiveness
    • 96. Immediate Gratification
    • 97. Instantaneity
    • 98. Low Frustration Tolerance (LFT)
    • 99. Low Frustration Tolerance (LFT-2)
    • 100. Minding
    • 101. Oversimplifying
    • 102. Pain Proves Intent
    • 103. Past Prisoner
    • 104. Playing Hopeless
    • 105. Postponing
    • 106. Reacting Instead of Choosing
    • 107. Ruminating
    • 108. Short-Sighted
    • 109. Suggestible
    • 110. Super Vulnerability
    • 111. Uncertainty in Decision Making
    • 112. Uncritical Acceptance of Criticism
    • 113. Unduly Sensitive
    • 114. Whining
    • 115. Whining (2)
    • 116. Wishful Thinking
  • Type 4: Absurdity Thinking Errors
    • 117. Alwaysing
    • 118. Accept & Control
    • 119. Awfulizing
    • 120. Flee & Control
    • 121. Flee & Resist
    • 122. Resist & Control
    • 123. Resist & Flee
    • 124. Believing Thoughts Know, Do Or Be
    • 125. Correlation As Cause
    • 126. Demanding
    • 127. Discounting Compliments
    • 128. Displacement
    • 129. Expectations
    • 130. Fortunetelling
    • 131. Ideas of Reference Always False
    • 132. Introjecting
    • 133. Jealousy
    • 134. Kick Me
    • 135. Learned Helplessness
    • 136. Messenger As Message
    • 137. Must Hedge
    • 138. Negative Forecasting
    • 139. Never-ing
    • 140. Over Concern for Detail
    • 141. Overcautious
    • 142. Paralysis by Analysis
    • 143. Past As Present Or Future
    • 144. Piggybacking
    • 145. Procrastinating
    • 146. Reading Into
    • 147. Thinking Feeling
    • 148. Thought Over Heart
    • 149. Trying
    • 150. Unlikely Inference
    • 151. Worrying
  • Type 5: Partiality Thinking Errors
    • 152. Action by Attention
    • 153. Awfulizing (2)
    • 154. Belief Reasoning
    • 155. Biased Script Testing
    • 156. Cognitive Avoidance
    • 157. Cognitive Bias
    • 158. Cognitive Dogmatizing
    • 159. Conditional Self-Acceptance
    • 160. Conditioning Blaming
    • 161. Covering Or Suppressing
    • 162. Dependency on Conflict
    • 163. Desiring
    • 164. Error Persecuting
    • 165. False Contrast
    • 166. Feeling Avoidance
    • 167. Guessing
    • 168. High Sounding Or Specious Reasoning
    • 169. Ignoring the Context
    • 170. Mental Editing
    • 171. Mental Filtering
    • 172. Motive Judging
    • 173. Over-Responsibility
    • 174. People Pleasing
    • 175. Pessimism
    • 176. Rationalizing
    • 177. Revenge
    • 178. Special Causes
    • 179. Superstition
    • 180. Superstitious
    • 181. Systematically Biased
    • 182. Truth Must Not Be Offensive
    • 183. Unacceptance of Reality
    • 184. Political Correctness
  • Thinking Errors to Infinity

Self-Esteem Proved False

  • California Study on Self-Esteem
  • Partial Catalogue of Self-Esteem Beliefs
  • 20 Wacky Self-Esteem Beliefs
  • 50 Self-Esteem Disputes
  • 75 Self-Esteem Disputes
  • 12 Long Self-Esteem Disputes
    • 1. Self-Esteem Feelings Cause What?
      • Self-Esteem Pleasure Destroys
      • Self-Esteem Guilt Destroys
    • 2. Self-Esteem Results in What?
      • Self-Esteem Results in Poor Choices
      • Self-Esteem Results in Hate
      • Table: 6 Lies of Ego Hate
      • Table: 6 Lies of Ego Hate (2)
      • Self-Esteem Isolates
    • 3. Where Is Self-Esteem Going?
      • Can You Be Behaviors?
    • 4. Does Self-Esteem Effect Health?
      • Self-Esteem Causes Stress
    • 5. Does Self-Esteem Effect Morals?
      • Can Your Self Ever Be Known?
      • Can You Be Thoughts?
      • Can You Be Memories?
      • Can You Be Self-Constructs?
      • Can You be Thought-Things?
    • 6. Does Self-Esteem Prevent Problems?
      • Self-Esteem Is the Problem
    • 7. What Function Does Self-Esteem Serve?
      • Is Self-Rating Needed?
      • Is Rating Your Self Sensible?
      • Self-Esteem Kills
    • 8. What Does Self-Esteem Predict?
      • What Are the Consequences of Self-Esteem?
    • 9. What Does Self-Esteem Infer?
      • Self-Esteem Teaches Self-Defeat
    • 10. What Does Self-Esteem Accomplish?
      • Self-Esteem Is a Waste
    • 11. What Is the Logic of Self-Esteem?
      • Self-Esteem Is a False System of Measurement
      • Can Accurate Tests Exist for Self-Esteem?
      • Can You Be Traits?
      • Can You Be Based on Thought?
      • Can Self-Ratings Be Proved?
    • 12. Can Another’s Self-Esteem Effect You?
      • Self-Esteem Leads to Genocide

Supplements

  • Critical Thinking Skills
    • Principles of Critical Thinking
    • Skills of Critical Thinking
  • Not All Humans Are Or Were Insane
    • Table: 5 Reasons Lao Tzu Was Right
  • Mental-Court Games
    • Diagram: 6 Roles of Mental-Court Games
    • Mental-Court Games
  • 12 Levels of Human Existence
    • Diagram: 12 Levels of Human Existence
  • Nots & General Semantics
  • Sacred Scientism
  • Scientism Quotations
    • Various Sources
    • Kevin Everett FitzMaurice
    • The Bible
  • Evolution Exposed
    • Evolution Is Dead by Design
    • 70 General Arguments Against Evolution
    • 26 Fossil Arguments Against Evolution
    • 8 Breeding Arguments Against Evolution
    • 27 Mutation Arguments Against Evolution
    • 26 Natural Selection Arguments Against Evolution
  • Schooling in Stupidity
  • Quotations for Not Schooling in Stupidity
  • Suggested Readings to Counter Schooling
    • Perils of Parental Punishment
    • Punishment Does Not Teach
    • Punishment Does Not Suppress in Other Situations
    • Punishment Is Generalized to Other Behaviors
    • Punishment Is Arbitrary
    • Punishment Is Not Always Punishing
    • Punishment Is Associated with the Punisher
    • Punishment Is Reinforcing to the Punisher
  • 30 Arguments for the Elimination of Prisons
    • Why are there Criminals?
  • Us Versus Them
    • Help
  • The Politics of Politics
    • 7 Systems Govern Human Life
    • Table: 7 Human Systems
  • Effects of Deifying & Demonizing
    • Table: Deifying & Demonizing Affect Feelings
    • Table: Deifying & Demonizing Affect Thinking
    • Table: Deifying & Demonizing Affect Behaving
    • Table: Deifying & Demonizing Affect Relationships
  • Consequences of Blaming & Damning
  • Adler’s 4 Priorities & Self-Esteem
    • Pleasing
    • Comfort
    • Superiority
    • Control
    • Table: 4 Priorities About Superiority
  • Freud’s Defense Mechanisms & Self-Esteem
    • 1. Compensation
    • 2. Denial
    • 3. Displacement
    • 4. Identification
    • 5. Introjection
    • 6. Projection
    • 7. Rationalization
    • 8. Reaction Formation
    • 9. Regression
    • 10. Repression
    • 11. Ritual & Undoing
    • 12. Sublimation
  • Beck’s 7 Thinking Errors & Self-Esteem
    • 1. Self-Esteem Is Closed-minded
    • 2. Self-Esteem Is Discrediting
    • 3. Self-Esteem Is Dramatizing
    • 4. Self-Esteem Is Jumping to Conclusions
    • 5. Self-Esteem Is One-Way-Or-The-Other
    • 6. Self-Esteem Is Overgeneralizing
    • 7. Self-Esteem Is Personalizing
  • REBT’s 10 Irrational Beliefs
    • 1. Irrational Belief
    • 2. Irrational Belief
    • 3. Irrational Belief
    • 4. Irrational Belief
    • 5. Irrational Belief
    • 6. Irrational Belief
    • 7. Irrational Belief
    • 8. Irrational Belief
    • 9. Irrational Belief
    • 10. Irrational Belief
  • REBT Is the Deepest Therapy: 10 Reasons
    • 7 Philosophical Reasons
    • 2 Counseling Practice Reasons
    • Emotional Realism Makes REBT Deeper
      • Table: Healthy vs. Unhealthy Feelings
  • Suggested Internet Websites

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